Clinton’s Closing Argument Falls Flat – Liar, Liar Pantsuit on Fire

ELDER PATRIOT – Hillary Clinton has closed out her campaign by declaring herself as a unifier and casting this election as a choice between a “dark and divisive, or hopeful and inclusive,” America. 

She closed with these words, “I believe in our people.”

That’s a far cry from Mrs. Clinton’s campaign rhetoric where she described half of the electorate as deplorable and irredeemable:

“You know to be grossly generalistic you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. [laughter] Right? The racists, sexists, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic, you name it.”

Mrs. Clinton even repeated her disgusting and divisive comments about a large swath of Americans during an interview on Israeli television:

“Take Trump supporters and put them in two big baskets.  There are what I call the deplorables.  You know they’re racists, you know they’re haters, and the people who are drawn somehow he’s [Trump] going to restore an America that no longer exists.”

Then, only one week ago, Clinton decided to go all in and literally trashed every Trump supporter:

Clinton railed in that grating style that Marxist revolutionaries seem to always employ as the implore their followers to keep the struggle going; “You know I am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and behavior of people who support Donald Trump.”

Mrs. Clinton is now leading her followers in a revolution against the workers and the law-abiding citizens of the country she now wants to lead. 

Over the course of her campaign, Hillary Clinton has made it clear who she wants her followers to believe the enemy is.  It’s you the hardworking stiffs who would like to keep your jobs, your families and your communities intact.  She cannot wipe that away in a two-minute commercial.